KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala chased out of heated council meeting to elect uMkhanyakude district mayor
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala must be safeguarded by his protectors and furnished cops when irate councilors kept him from talking at a board meeting to choose the new civic chairman of uMkhanyakude locale district. The stunning episode, where an apparent shaken Zikalala was seen descending from talking at the gathering, occurred on Monday in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
It was a heartbreaking update when it was revealed that a 13-year-old girl had died after being struck by lightning in Kwa-Zulu Natal .The KZN COGTA confirmed that the 13-year-old had succumbed to the injuries sustained after being struck on Friday . The tragic incident took place in the Nquthu local Municipality .
Zuma's parole is preventing him to galvanized vote votes for his party freely. As a result, IFP is gaining momentum. He tried to talked to encouraged them via a video recording but it is not helping anymore. On his video he said voting is a way of expressing your voice and he stressed that the people should vote for a party that will give them the freedom which is the ANC.
Police have cautioned financial specialists and ladies to answer to the neighborhood police headquarters for their security prior to directing business in this region. Police have cautioned money managers and ladies about the significant degrees of vicious wrongdoing in an especially odious region of KwaZulu-Natal, which has grown to some degree a standing for a high pace of furnished burglary and seizing occurrences.
Some ANC leaders are worried that the party may lose the Umkhanyakude municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal due to serious divisions. This follows some leaders deciding to boycott campaigns and others choosing to help those who have decided to run for office independently. ANC provincial executive committee member Bethwell Mthethwa expressed concern about the situation, saying they were in serious danger if party leaders and members continued to divide.
WATCH: KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala chased out of heated council meeting to elect uMkhanyakude district mayor (iol.co.za) Durban - KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala had to be shielded by way of his bodyguards and armed law enforcement officials when angry councillors prevented him from talking at a council assembly to go with the new mayor of uMkhanyakude district municipality.
We have been waiting for a while now,The National Health Department said more sites will be available across the country,Because more people will be coming to vaccinate.Again,It been a while since I have heard about COVID-19,It means we are doing something right.With HealthCare workers being vaccinated,It definetely going to lift us up to do the same.Now we don't know how effective these vaccines are.But as long as We don't catch a cold.
An ANC mayor at the UmKhanyakude district in northern KwaZulu-Natal is refusing to vacate the position after being voted out.eNCA's reporter Thuba Vilane has more.#eNCA #Dstv403 This is according to the IFP who have taken the matter to the corporative governance and traditional affairs department in the province.
https://www.enca.com/news/several-kzn-districts-run-out-covid-19-vaccines The Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal has declared a temporary halt to the vaccine distribution in three of the province's districts, but says there's no need to panic. Muzi Mahlambi, a department spokesperson, said the three districts affected are uMkhanyakude, eThekwini, and Pinetown.
Durban - KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala must be protected by his guardians and equipped cops when irate councilors kept him from talking at a gathering meeting to choose the new civic chairman of uMkhanyakude locale district. The stunning episode, where a noticeable shaken Zikalala was seen descending from talking at the gathering, occurred on Monday in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
Motorists are in deep trouble as they are terrorised on a daily basis by criminals. Cases of hijacks have been on a steady increase. In some provinces such as the Western Cape and Gauteng, cases of vehicle thefts are reported daily. On the 24th of August 2021 a media statement was issued out by the Truck and Freight Information Online announcing the arrest of one of the most notorious carjacking syndicates.
Water services run dry as KZN workers’ strike marches on The embattled communities around the uMkhanyakude District Municipality are in the midst of yet another crisis as their municipal services have been put on hold. For the past two weeks, workers have downed tools in an attempt to force the KwaZulu-Natal Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC, Sipho Hlomuka, to fire administrator Bamba Ndwandwe.
ANC KwaZulu-Natal administrator Sihle Zikalala hosts emphasized the get-together's leader Cyril Ramaphosa's words, saying that it is resolved to convey benefits instantly and reliably. Zikalala was addressing a full place of allies at the ANC's proclamation dispatch in Mtubatuba, in the Umkhanyakude area in north-eastern KZN, in front of the forthcoming neighborhood government decisions in November.
Educators in eThekwini, Pinetown, Umlazi and the uMkhanyakude areas won't get vaccinated as planned because of an lack of vacines. Muzi Mahlambi, the head of interchanges at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, reported on Sunday that they we actually handling the recently obtained portions from the Department of Health (DoH).
Inclement weather conditions have commenced in the northern parts of the province. KZN MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Sipho Hlomuka has urged residents to exercise extreme caution as weather conditions are expected to deteriorate and bring the possibility of widespread flooding in areas within the uMkanyakude district. Earlier in the week, Hlomuka placed disaster management teams on high alert in the uMkhanyakude district where extensive efforts began by local disaster management
The SIU has their hands busy as since they started to investigate the Digital Vibes alleged corruption scandal, they have been looking into more cases that could be linked to corruption within the ranks of the Government (ANC). The SIU started an investigation with Dr. Zweli Mkhize after claims of an irregular contract to the media communications company Digital Vibes who was awarded a contract that was said to be owned by Mkhize's associates.
Teachers in KwaZulu-Natal are now worried about vaccination after the province ran out of vaccines. Since the teacher vaccination roll out started on Wednesday, KZN has been leading with the vaccinations that they complete in a single day The department of education Have a lot of work to complete as they have to vaccinate about 582 000 teachers and staff within just 10 days.
Source: News24 Teachers in eThekwini, Pinetown, Umlazi and the uMkhanyakude regions won't get immunized as booked because of an absence of vaccines. Muzi Mahlambi, the pinnacle of interchanges at the KwaZulu-Natal Division of Schooling, declared on Sunday that they we clearly making ready the currently won portions from the Branch of Wellbeing (DoH).
Educators in eThekwini, Pinetown, Umlazi and the uMkhanyakude areas won't get immunized as booked because of an absence of antibodies. Muzi Mahlambi, the head of correspondences at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, reported on Sunday that they we actually handling the recently obtained portions from the Department of Health (DoH).
A restriction on moving or moving all cloven-hoofed creatures, including domesticated animals and game, has been forced in various regions in northern KwaZulu-Natal trying to stop a foot-and-mouth sickness (FMD) episode from spreading. The creature travel boycott covers the King Cetshwayo and Umkhanyakude areas just as the Nongoma and Ulundi regions and Pongola in the Zululand locale region.